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Andy19


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MORNING FORKERS

Posted: 11/07/2013 at 18:03

GG hope your sister in law is fine as you say theirs always another time for holidays but hopefully you get away on your holiday all going well good luck.

MORNING FORKERS

Posted: 11/07/2013 at 16:55

TT it's a mother's nature to worry about her children am sure he will be fine it's just the waiting that's the worst bit. I was in hospital for a month last year and had 2 ops the first one was cancelled twice but these things happen if my op had been really serious am sure they would have fitted me in that's how i looked at it. But my family where more upset about it than me think the person getting the op has more control within thereself just my thoughts but best of luck to him am sure he's in good hands.

MORNING FORKERS

Posted: 11/07/2013 at 06:17

Good morning all well it's back to work for me but only till 30th July then off for 2 weeks before kids go back to school on the 14th Aug. FG never got to that nursery but will be going soon looked it up on the net really big and looks nice that will be a day out for me and the Mrs. Just going out to water the garden but it's a little bit cooler this morning than it's been lately in the mornings have a good day all.

MORNING FORKERS

Posted: 09/07/2013 at 10:35

Thanks FG just printed of the directions to it so will try and get along today if not another day looks a great place need to sow my pockets up i think. Woody when the teacher said that to me they also said leave your bag & books you will be back down shortly.

Honeysuckle

Posted: 09/07/2013 at 07:06

Barbara don't worry i planted mine in early April then dug in some manure around the bed it's in end of April and it lost leaves and ones left went dark but after watering and feeding it over next 6 weeks it has come back looking great. I think it's the break down of the manure that's maybe to strong for the roots and burn them a little bit but as i say mine came away good again good luck.

MORNING FORKERS

Posted: 09/07/2013 at 06:57

Morning all am here Dove what a lovely morning just watered the back garden birds are singing away and the bees that are about the 4 Kiwi plants i have must be a dozen anyway there never away from those plants even the wife noticed  that. To take daughter and 3 friends into Glasgow airport later there off to Spain for 10 days then on way back am going to the GC for a look thinking of getting a couple of Astrantia which i seen at the first garden we visited on Sat outing have a good day all.

MORNING FORKERS

Posted: 08/07/2013 at 11:13

Woody i just like to be organised and don't leave everything till the last minute i always plan ahead but wife is always running at the last minute.

pics of my garden at mo

Posted: 08/07/2013 at 08:50

Verdun sorry tried a few times to upload photo and it's not letting me will keep trying for you have not forgot. 

MORNING FORKERS

Posted: 08/07/2013 at 08:39

Good morning all lovely morning here sun out been in garden from 6.30 in for tea & toast then back out to cut hedges front & back job i hate doing. Then going to plant up a few big pots to get the last of my plants out the greenhouse ready to steam clean it ready for the winter and start all over again have a good day all.

MORNING FORKERS

Posted: 07/07/2013 at 06:44

Morning all lovely morning here had a great day yesterday first garden was a stunner a farmhouse with a 2 acre garden ladies husband died suddenly2 years ago so is now selling the farm it has 150 acre. It was put on the market on a Tuesday and sold on the Wednesday just paperwork to sign been in the farm 50 years and it's breaking her heart to leave but needs to down size. Sad thing is the young couple that is buying are not interested in gardening need the ground for farming think that is hurting her that the garden after all those years of hard work it will go downhill. Second visit was a community project which was a polluted site the council wanted to concrete over but the community got together and have made it into mini allotment £50 a year gets you an outside and inside raised bed 3 large polytunnels they have over 100 members at present all grow mostly veg. Third garden was a big house with large garden which over 7 years has been transformed from a wilderness into a lovely garden all done by them-self which opens to the public from today. Must say the first garden was my kind of garden in the way it was layed out and the flowers it had in it that means everything nice coves that where off the grass lawn which itself was stunning green & lush. Well now back to real garden my own garden which is my paradise for working in have a good day all come on Andy lets do it for Brittan today.

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